Parting & Grooving

Parting and grooving is a turning category of its own with a wide range of machining applications requiring dedicated tools (which can, to some extent, be used for general turning). To fully utilize the tools and get the best machining results, there are some factors to consider

CoroCut QD

Reliability and effectiveness when parting-off diameters up to 160 mm (6.3 inch), 1–8 mm (0.04–0.315 inch)
  1.   Parting off
  2.  External grooving
  3.  Internal grooving

CoroCut 1-2

Versatile, secure and efficient when parting-off diameters up to 50 mm (2 inch), insert widths 1.5–6 mm (0.06-0.236 inch)
  1.  Parting off
  2. External grooving
  3. Internal grooving
  4. Face grooving
  5. Profiling internal & external

CoroCut 3

Cost-efficient, shallow parting-off diameters up to 12 mm (0.5 inch), insert widths 1–2 mm (0.039–0.079 inch)
  1.  Parting off
  2. External grooving
  3. Profiling

CoroCut XS

For parting off small and slender components with diameters up to 16 mm (0.63 inch), insert widths 0.7–2 mm (0.028–0.079 inch)
  1.  Parting off
  2. External grooving

CoroMill® QD

Parting off with milling cutters
  1.   Parting off

CoroThread 254

Stable circlip grooving and other shallow grooves up to depth 2.6 mm (0.102 inch), insert widths: 1.1–4.15 mm (0.043–0.163 inch)
  1.  External grooving

CoroCut MB

Internal grooving of holes down to 10 mm (0.393 inch) with long overhangs, insert widths: 1–3.18 mm (0.039-0.125 inch)
  1.  Internal grooving
  2. Face grooving
  3. Internal profiling

CoroTurn XS

When grooving extremely small high-quality holes down to 4.2 mm (0.165 inch), insert widths: 0.78–2 mm (0.031–0.079 inch)
  1.  Internal grooving
  2. Face grooving
  3. Internal profiling

T-Max Q-Cut

Excellent for internal grooves in holes down to 12 mm (0.5 inch), insert widths: 2–8 mm (0.079–0.315 inch)
  1.  Internal grooving
  2. Face grooving
  3. Internal profiling